37 thoughts on “Three U.S. Soldiers Killed In Training Exercise In Georgia | NBC Nightly News

  1. Ya thats right trump was at fault!

    Freaking millennials. Do you think before you post or is it Trump's fault my truck broke down and its raining. Plus they are training to be the best. That is not easy and dieing in training is nothing new. Its sad but it happens.

  2. I have fond memories of Ft. Stewart. My significant other trained there with the NC Army National Guard before going to Iraq for 10 months in 2004. His group was assigned to a Bradley Fighting Vehicle. I am glad I didn’t know that they could roll over. I thought he was relatively safe while in one. They lost two people in two separate accidents involving gunfire. The men who went to Iraq were deeply affected by their service, many developing PTSD upon their return. We all owe them a debt for their service.

  3. I'm an MP working at the main gate it's just saddening having all of the fellow soldiers who were in the same unit as those that passed come thru you can just see the hurt in their eyes.

  4. 1. This is not a tank
    2. Accidents happen, and asking to "get better training" wont fix the problem.
    3. This is not Trumps fault.

  5. This should be yet another reminder how much we owe a debt of gratitude to ALL men and women that choose to serve this country in any capacity. It's not only dangerous in war zones. Our Patriots face danger everyday everywhere. Whether it be in tanks, ships or jets; facing down guns or bombs; running into burning buildings; protecting our streets, homes as well as protecting our borders. They selflessly handle situations that keep the rest of us safe. Thank a patriot when you see one. ever.single.time!

  6. That suxs! Training can be dangerous. No matter how many safety measures are in place deaths can occur. Soldiering is a dangerous profession.

  7. Can someone explain how soldiers die from rolled over Bradley's? Are the soldiers standing next to the thing when they roll over and get crushed to death? Or are the soldiers inside the Bradley and die inside from other causes?

  8. Wrong information (1:03). SSG Andrew Michael St. John was not killed while performing maintenance on a Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

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